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    I have a set of stud,s and a set of bolt,s (arp) bbc 10 to 1, aluminum head,s. I cannot run all the stud,s, on the bottom row they hit the header flange, when is it good to go to stud,s, will the bolts be just as good?, thank you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbylisa View Post
    I have a set of stud,s and a set of bolt,s (arp) bbc 10 to 1, aluminum head,s. I cannot run all the stud,s, on the bottom row they hit the header flange, when is it good to go to stud,s, will the bolts be just as good?, thank you.
    Bolts will work just fine in a 10 to 1 NA engine.
    Its not uncommon for the studs to hit the headers on a BBC. Specially 27o Brodix and Edelbrocks. sometimes you can grind clearance in the flange to clear, or you just take a cut off wheel and make them short.



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    Thank you, bolts it is, arp sealant ok?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bobbylisa View Post
    Thank you, bolts it is, arp sealant ok?
    The ARP sealant is an excellent choice.



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    O.k. Thank you much.

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